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The Dillon S. Reagan Hammer Award honors the late-husband of a Risdon Middle School teacher.
The Hazen Highlanders boys basketball team have now lost four in a row.
Lindbergh Eagles hosted the Renton All City Wrestling Meet Jan. 3.
Two trains will stop in Kent
Passion for the game and helping kids achieve their goals are what kept one soccer coach around for 34 years. Leon Louis-Jeune, 66, started playing… Continue reading
After winning its first league game of the year over Kentlake Dec. 6, the Hazen Highlanders have struggled. The Highlanders boys basketball team is on… Continue reading
Jordan Babineaux fielded questions at Kent Senior Activity Center Dec. 12.
The Highlanders are in fifth place in the North Puget Sound League 4A Cascade Division.
GYMGUYZ brings equipment,trainers and workouts to homes and businesses in the local area.
This win came after last season’s championship game where the Patriots lost 3-2 to Columbia River.
Four Kentridge High senior standouts signed letters of intent to play collegiate sports on Nov. 8. The foursome – from left, Preston Viltz, Mikey Calllia,… Continue reading
Liberty plays Hockinson at Battle Ground High School Saturday.
Members of the Special Olympic Flag Football team trained with current and former Seahawks in October at the VMAC. The event was put on by… Continue reading
The Liberty girls soccer team hosted its first game of the 2A state tournament Tuesday. The Patriots beat Fife 5-1 Tuesday and moves on to… Continue reading
The Eagles took first place in seven different events last week.
Hazen girls soccer team’s season came to an end Oct. 31 with a 3-1 loss to Skyview.
Jacob Thoresen was named Athlete of the Week by the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association for week seven, Oct. 8 through 14. Thoresen had five touchdowns… Continue reading
Hazen The Highlanders girls soccer team is heading into the final couple matches of the regular season at fourth place in the 4A North Puget… Continue reading
Post season play started Friday with a tourney at Kent-Meridian.
All proceeds will benefit Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence.